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Hardware Development acc. to ISO26262 and Quantitative Evaluation

Who should attend

  • Hardware Project Leaders
  • Development Engineers (System, Hardware)
  • Safety Managers
  • Hardware Quality Responsibles

Duration: 1.5 days

Language: German or English, training material will be in English.

Scheduled courses

Course topics:

ISO 26262 lifecycle approach: Product Lifecycle and process requirements

   Where is hardware development in the process model?

   What are inputs to hardware development?

Technical Safety Concept

    Safety Architecture and Architectural Elements

    Safety Functions and Safety Integrity Function

    exemplification: typical solutions detailed in a technical safety concept

    Requirements allocation to system and subsystems e.g. by using ASIL Decomposition

    exemplification: ASIL Decomposition example

    Requirements allocation on HW & SW

   System Safety FMEA and FTA: Planning the Safety Details

Hardware Development (ISO 26262 - Part 5)

    HW Architecture Evaluation

    Requirements for the Evaluation: Metrics for Safety Goal Violation

    Fault models, failure rates and target values

    Presentation of the probabilistic approach

    qualitative approach with a semi probabilistic argumentation

    How to evaluate the metric for “Safety Goal Violation”

        exemplification: calculation via FTA based on the results of the quantitative FMEDA

    How to evaluate the metrics SPFM and LFM

        exemplification: exida FMEDA approach for metric calculation

    New to the ISO 26262: Cooperation with the software team

        Hardware-Software-Interface Specification HSI

    Optional:

        ASICs in the scope of the ISO 26262


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